Disenfranchised Citizen

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Morning – Chicago

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This was taken during the Lollapalooza weekend here in Chicago. Many a character were out and about, at least on the surface, though they all seemed to fill a certain mold, that kind of outdoor music festival of colorful clothes, long beards and assorted whatnot that are kind of becoming their own uniform of difference, so admittedly I was kind of bored with it and had considered heading to Chinatown to take pictures, when I stumbled upon this young woman who for reasons I can’t clearly define, interested me…

Have a nice day.

– Drake

A Chicago Mourning

Written by Drake Toulouse

August 19, 2016 at 5:41 AM

Religious Conviction

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This is one of the many churches in the loop, downtown Chicago: St. Peter’s Catholic Church. I’d been standing across the street, watching people go in and out when this woman happened to glance up at the large statue in the side of the building.

I enjoyed her reaction.

Have a nice day,


At The Heights of Despair

Written by Drake Toulouse

May 25, 2016 at 6:55 AM